Latest Christian News

Revival Breaks Out in Iran
When we think of Iran, scenes of mobs shouting "death to America," blindfolded hostages, and radical leaders demanding nuclear technology come to mind. But there's another side of the country: Iranians who love America, Israel, and Jesus Christ. [ No Comments ]

Iran: Christian again denied medical leave extention
An Iranian court has again refused a Christian prisoner an extension of her medical leave despite a doctor's advice that the treatments be continued. [ No Comments ]

China: Officials postpone Christians' trial
Chinese authorities in Zhejiang province have postponed the trial of five Christians who have been detained for defending their rights. [ No Comments ]

Iran: Imprisoned Christian up for appeal
A convert from Islam who was sentenced to five years in prison for "disturbing the national security of Iran" is praying for an appeal after waiting more than a year for a hearing on his sentence. [ No Comments ]

Print On Demand, "One of the Boldest Initiatives in the History of Bible Translation" Rapidly Accelerating Scripture Distribution
Wycliffe Associates, an international organization involving people in the advancement of Bible translation, is helping rapidly accelerate the distribution of newly translated portions of the Scriptures for those without the Bible in their language, including places where having a Bible is dangerous. [ 2 Comments ]

Egypt: Reconciliation denys justice to Christians
In Egypt, so-called reconciliation meetings often intimidate Coptic Christians into surrendering their legal rights while their Muslim assailants avoid any punishment for their violence. [ No Comments ]

Canada: Genocide declaration defeated by Parliament
The House of Commons in Canada recently voted against a motion declaring that the atrocities committed by the Islamic State against religious minorities in Syria and Iraq were actually acts of genocide. [ No Comments ]

Latest Christian Headlines

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has learned that Yousef Nadarkhani, the Church of Iran pastor acquitted of apostasy in 2012, has been charged with 'acting against national security.'

Uniformed men suspected of belonging to the Muslim Defense International (MDI) Islamist militant group have killed five women and four men near a predominantly Christian town in the Democratic Republic of Congo, two months after a massacre in the same area.

Israel's Christian schools, which are facing financial collapse, cannot get money from a government grant due to difficult conditions for accessing the funds, a school official told the Times of Israel on Monday.

A senior bishop has issued a warning of an exponential spiralling of attacks on Christians in Egypt, home to three-quarters of all Christians in the Middle East.

Tim LaHaye, the best-selling author best known for the Left Behind series, 'graduated to heaven' early this morning after suffering a stroke at age 90.

In signing a new anti-terrorism law, Russian President Vladimir Putin could have authority to crack down on non-government-aligned churches, said Archbishop Andrew Maklakov, administrator of the Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church of America.

More than 100 Vietnamese Christian pastors have been locked up and are at risk of being poisoned for refusing to sign up to a central, official church, according to Christian Aid Mission.

The Christian Post, an online publication oriented toward America's evangelical community, has broken with its tradition of remaining out of US politics to oppose the candidacy of Donald Trump.

Muslims seeking asylum in the United Kingdom are converting to Christianity at a parish church in the English Midlands, according to The Guardian.

Even though persecution against Christians in Bangladesh is on the rise, so is the number of Muslims converting to Christianity in the south Asian nation.